I have been able to remove permnanent ink from many surfaces by using hair spray (any brand will do). Spray generously on the area, use a dry cloth to blot away the disolved ink, repeat as often as needed. Rinse area thoroughly after. Be sure to do a small test spot first to insure that the hair spray will not damage the surface. Pick an inconspicuous area for the test site.
It depends on how porous the siding material is. If it is fairly new, rubbing alcohol may remove it. If it is older paint that has weathered, it may be pretty hard to remove and you may have to paint over it.
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The cost to remove vinyl siding on a house will vary from company to company, and will also be impacted by the size of your home. As a general guideline, you should expect to pay between $1,000, and $3,000 to have the old siding removed, and taken away.
Few home improvements or repairs can improve the appearance, curb appeal and value of a house like new house siding. House sinding materials have varied over the years and have included wood siding, asbestos siding, aluminium siding, vinyl siding or cement fiber siding.
Use a pressure washer or a herbicide available at a local home supply house.
a square in siding or roofing is 100 square feet (10x10) most house are between 10 and 14 square of siding
-- If you use the house to store a truckload of siding inside, then it's volume. -- If you cover the outside of the house with siding, then it's surface area. -- If you lay pieces of siding on the ground all around the foundation, then it's perimeter.
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The first thing to do when replacing clapboard siding is to remove the old siding and weatherproof the walls. Next, you should begin installation of the 1st clapboard on the bottom. A person can then nail each subsequent clapboard over the previous until the entire house is covered.
The best type of house siding to go with that will resist to any type of weather condition is steel siding. Steel siding is heat resistant and has proven its durability under many different weather conditions.